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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

RSN: Joseph Stiglitz | Tell Donald Trump: The Paris Climate Deal Is Very Good for America

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Joseph Stiglitz | Tell Donald Trump: The Paris Climate Deal Is Very Good for America 
Heliostats at the Ivanpah solar thermal power plant in California's Mojave desert. Far more jobs are being created in US solar panel installation than are being lost in coal. (photo: Alamy)
Joseph Stiglitz, Guardian UK
Stiglitz writes: "Under President Donald Trump's leadership, the United States took another major step toward establishing itself as a rogue state on 1 June, when it withdrew from the Paris climate agreement."
GOP Activist Who Sought Clinton Emails Cited Trump Campaign Officials
Shane Harris, Michael C. Bender and Peter Nicholas, The Wall Street Journal
Excerpt: "Peter W. Smith listed Bannon, Conway and Clovis, besides Flynn, in a recruiting document. His purpose isn't clear and there's no indication he asked for or received any coordination with them."
Rural Americans Already Have Poor Health Care. Trump's Policies Will Hurt Further.
Jalal Baig, Slate
Baig writes: "When rural voters sought deliverance in Donald Trump in November, they weren't expecting him to solve all their problems, they just thought he could stanch some of their suffering. Yet five months into his presidency, he is unapologetically peddling an agenda that could eviscerate Medicaid."
Pennsylvania Senate Passes Bill Allowing Teachers to Pack Heat at School
Annabel Thompson, ThinkProgress
Thompson writes: "Pennsylvania's state senate passed a bill that would allow teachers with concealed-carry licenses to carry guns on school grounds, with a vote of 28-22."
How Chris Christie Got to Enjoy a Closed Public Beach While His State Is in a Government Shutdown
Amy B. Wang, The Washington Post
Wang writes: "'That's the way it goes,' Christie said Saturday. 'Run for governor, and you can have the residence.'"
British Special Forces Accused of Afghan War Crimes, Cold-Blooded Executions of Civilians
Excerpt: "Family members and officials claim that some victims were handcuffed with plastic zip-ties prior to being murdered in cold blood."
How America Can Declare Independence From Dirty Energy
Excerpt: "What's it going to take to win American independence from dirty energy?"

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